Secular Bull and Bear Markets

By Doug Short, From Was the March 2009 low the end of a secular bear market and the beginning […]

Why Simple Investments Win

By Morgan Housel, Motley Fool, There’s probably never been a time of such staggering technological change as the period from […]

The seeds of a new secular bull market are being sown

From Abnormal Returns site, In the conclusion of my book Abnormal Returns: Winning Strategies from the Frontlines of the […]

Should You Sell in May? Read This First

By Alex Dumortier, Motley Fool, Around this time of year, pundits and commentators invariably trot out the recommendation to “sell […]

US stocks: Tread carefully through the minefields

By Prieur du Plessis,  From investmentpostcards site, The S&P 500 Index is anticipating too much too soon. Robert Shiller’s PE10 […]

If The Market Crashes, Who Owns Enough Stock To Even Care?

by Tyler Durden, Zero Hedge, Submitted by Charles Hugh Smith from Of Two Minds If the Market Crashes, Who Owns […]

Eurozone growth sags to 0.2 percent in Q2 Eurozone sees growth sag to anemic 0.2 percent in Q2 as officials struggle with debt crisis

Eurozone sees growth sag to anemic 0.2 percent in Q2 as officials struggle with debt crisis David Mchugh, AP Business […]

The Total Return Roller Coaster

By Doug Short, advisor perspectives, Here’s an interesting set of charts that will especially resonate with those of us who […]

The downgrade assault by the rating agencies continues – what are the implications for the EFSF?

By Rebecca Wilder, News N Economics site, As the rating agencies trip over themselves to downgrade sovereign credit, Greece yesterday […]

What if S&P’s wake-up call works?

Money managers worry that tough deficit cutting could derail nation’s fragile recovery By Jeff Benjamin Notwithstanding ho-hum reactions from bond […]

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